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The University of Maryland, Baltimore's Council for the Arts and Culture is a group of faculty, staff, students, and community members appointed by the president whose mission is to promote the rich history of our institution and surrounding neighborhoods and to celebrate the creative talents of the university community, thereby raising awareness of the links between the arts and sciences.
The UMB Council for the Arts & Culture invites you to bring your best voice and join one or more cast members from the Broadway hit musical The Book of Mormon. Learn some basic singing techniques from the pros and join in the fun!
The UMB Council for the Arts & Culture invites members of the UMB community to a special tour of the Westminster Hall Burying Ground and Catacombs, led by experienced tour guide Lu Ann Marshall at 12pm on April 9th. Attendees will be led through the catacombs and, weather permitting, the outdoor graveyard.
The UMB Council for the Arts & Culture is hosting a Lunchtime Tour of Davidge Hall. Built in 1812, Davidge Hall is the founding building of our campus and continues to function as America's oldest teaching facility used continuously for medical instruction.
Larry Pitrof, executive director of the University of Maryland School of Medicine Alumni Association, will describe events leading to the building's construction and discuss restoration plans.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore is the founding campus of the University System of Maryland.
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